Police chiefs call for coordinated attack on meth epidemic

The Sioux Falls police chief calls it a public health hazard. Rapid City’s top cop calls it a “Tidal Wave.” What are they talking about? Meth. And the chiefs are out to stamp it out.

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Thanks to a donation by the McKinley Presidential Library in Canton, OH, the statue can now be identified.

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